TROTEC T510 Moisture Meter

$440.00
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  • TROTEC T510 Moisture Meter
  • TROTEC T510 Moisture Meter
  • TROTEC T510 Moisture Meter
  • TROTEC T510 Moisture Meter
  • TROTEC T510 Moisture Meter
  • TROTEC T510 Moisture Meter
  • TROTEC T510 Moisture Meter
  • TROTEC T510 Moisture Meter

TROTEC T510 Moisture Meter

$440.00
  • Best value money timber meter on the Australian market 
  • Large range of attachments providing amazing flexibility
  • Incl. MultiMeasure Studio measurement data management software (standard download version)
  • The T510 Moisture meter is also part of our Trotec 3 in 1 kit

The T510 is a professional hand-held measurement unit for determining exact wood and material humidity levels using the resistance method.

Besides detecting the moisture content of soft building materials such as gypsum or plaster, the "Made in Germany" quality measuring device T510 is better suited than any other instrument in its class for measurement checks in forestry operations, sawmills and all wood processing works.

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Especially for the moisture determining of wooden composites, the T510 has a menu option that allows the selection of hundreds of different types of wood.

This is made possible by a large number of validated material curves, which are stored in the instrument software and can be selected from the T510 wood-type table using the corresponding material number.
You can connect the T510 moisture meter to a PC with a USB cable. With the MultiMeasure Studio Software (free in the service / download section of uk.trotec.com) the measured values of the T510 can be transferred online and in real time to the PC. In this way, the values are saved for later analysis or reports.

With the online-memory function, you can perform raster measurements on the computer, e.g. at the building moisture measurement of a tested cellar wall.

The standard scope of supply includes, besides the T510 measuring instrument, two cap nuts, ten measuring spikes (length 20 mm, ø 1.5 mm), protective cap for the electrodes, battery, operating manual and a comprehensive 170-page index of wood types.

In addition, you can widen the T510's range of applications considerably by connecting any electrodes from the MultiMeasure range to the T510 using the optionally available TS adaptor set and the TC 25 connecting cable.

A few practical benefits:
  • Measuring device designed and produced according to the highest quality standards in Germany
  • German industrial design in robust, premium two-component construction with IP54 type of protection
  • Continuous easy-to-clean glass surface made of highly scratch-resistant Blanview special glass for a high-contrast display of measured values even in the sunlight
  • Capacitive touchscreen control panel
  • High-resolution colour display for simultaneous indication of two measured values
  • temperature compensation function during wood moisture measurement
  • Integrated material characteristics for hundreds of different types of wood
  • Extensive compendium of material curves included
  • Expanded range of applications thanks to connection facility for various moisture electrodes with optional TS adapter set
  • Incl. MultiMeasure Studio measurement data management software (standard download version)

Technical data:

  • Material moisture measuring range: 15 to 100 digits
  • Material moisture resolution: 0.1 digits
  • Wood moisture measuring range: 0% to 50%
  • Wood moisture resolution/accuracy: 0.1% / ±0.2 M% (at 5 to 30 M%)
  • Wood moisture temp. compensation: 0°C to 60°C
  • Functions: Hold, MAX, MIN, AVG, Sens, Mat., Temp., Cal., alarm

Additional information to use in conjunction with the manual when measuring wood moisture levels in Australia

  • Always use setting 12 for timber which is Douglas Fir
  • Then calculate the actual moisture by adjusting the meter reading by the corresponding amount shown in the below table eg. 
    • If the timber is Grey Ironbark from QLD and the meter reads 14% then the estimated corrected moisture content is 14 + 2 = 16%
    • If the timber is Grey Ironbark from NSW and the meter reads 14% then the estimated corrected moisture content is 14 + 1 = 15%
    • If the timber is Grey Ironbark from NSW and the meter reads 18% then the estimated corrected moisture content is 18 + 0 = 18%

Technical data

Download the free version of the software from the Trotec website: MultiMeasure Studio analysis software 2.0 - 607 KB

Or purchase the pro version here MultiMeasure Studio Professional